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With the recent announcement of HCL Domino 12, companies are now considering moving back or moving to HCL Domino for the first time


Why might you move back to HCL Domino?

Is your honeymoon period over with Microsoft and you plan to return to HCL Domino, or do you need a more secure customisable mail solution than Microsoft offers, or have you been attracted back to the latest features in HCL Domino 12? It is not uncommon for Microsoft to provide you favourable rates for 3 or 5 years and then at the end of these significantly increasing your next charges.

email migration, MailMigration

Top 10 reasons to use BCC's engine for your next email migration

People have been migrating mail for years, so why should you work with BCC to conduct your next email migration?
Here are the top 10 reasons

email migration, MailMigration

Migrating to Office 365? Provision, Migrate and Manage your users

A migration project, as a whole, is a big task and there are lots of things to plan and to consider.

AdminTool, migration, MailMigration, provisoning, O365

Welcome to Microsoft Ignite 2018

Ignite is Microsoft's largest conference each year and this is our second year of showing what BCC can do for Microsoft customers.

Microsoft, microsoft ignite, mail management, accessgovernance, MailMigration, 2018, access governance

Project Focus: Mail Migration Engine - Domino to Office 365

A lot of our customers are facing the same challenges, we thought it would be a good idea to share some of our project experiences. This month's focus is a mail migration project.

One of the challenges companies face with "mergers and acquisitions" is how they merge the mail systems. This could be as simple as consolidating two similar mail systems, or as complex as having to bring in mail from a totally different solution.

One of our recent projects was just that. This customer had acquired part of another company. The acquired company had been using Domino for mail, the customer was an Office 365 user. The customer had no experience with Domino nor did they have access to the source mail system.  The host company were passing two copies of the mail files - one for testing, one for the live cut over.

How were they going to migrate the mail files with no idea of what to do with, or how to open a domino mail file? This had to be done securely and in a timely manner.

migration, MailMigration, case-study, notes migration, domino migration

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